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Meats Futures Prices

Wed, Dec 7th, 2016
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Lean hogs had triple digit gains out through July 2017 yesterday, with more of the same this morning. The CME Lean Hog Index was another 47 cents higher at $51.03. While still below the racing futures market, it has been climbing steadily higher. USDA's weighted average pork carcass cutout value was $1.09 higher this morning at $75.60. Ribs had a another strong showing, along with pork picnics. The USDA national average base hog price was up $1.09 at an average of $50.61. The firm tone was echoed by the western Corn Belt average of $51.28. That was up $1.06. Dec 16 Hogs are at $55.175, up $1.800, Feb 17 Hogs are at $59.725, up $2.250 Apr 17 Hogs are at $65.750, up $2.125
Live cattle futures are giving back some of their Tuesday gains, currently down $.85 to $1.10. Feeders are also lower by $.65 to $.85 cents. The CME Feeder Index for 12/5 was $131.07, a 17 cent drop. Cash cattle trade was limited yesterday, with a few sales reported in KS at $112. Asking prices in general are still $3-4 higher than that. The FCE market this morning was softer than expected, with several $109-112 sales and a lot of passes. Only 3,401 sold out of 8,014 head offered. Wholesale beef prices were quoted lower this morning as retailers focus on holiday hams and turkey. Choice boxed beef was down 98 cents at $189.53/cwt with Select down 93 at 172.30 in the morning report. Dec 16 Cattle are at $108.750, down $1.100, Feb 17 Cattle are at $110.200, down $0.850, Apr 17 Cattle are at $110.150, down $0.875, Jan 17 Feeder Cattle are at $126.175, down $0.675 Mar 17 Feeder Cattle are at $122.925, down $0.850 Apr 17 Feeder Cattle are at $122.675, down $0.775
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